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Dynaglide (25 Feet)

$6.50

DynaGlide throwline is a 2mm (1.8mm) throw line made from Spectra, a fiber with extremely high tensile strength and very low stretch. The hi-visibility, pre-stretched and tension set cord is treated with a vinyl coating  and has a 1,000 lb. breaking strength.  It is splicable and is sold in 25 foot increments.

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DynaGlide throwline is a 2mm (1.8mm) throw line made from Spectra, a fiber with extremely high tensile strength and very low stretch. The hi-visibility, pre-stretched and tension set cord is treated with a vinyl coating  and has a 1,000 lb. breaking strength.  It is splicable and is sold in 25 foot increments.  It is sold as one piece.  If you buy 4 items you will bet 100 continuous feet.  We have done breakage testing at 900 pounds for whoopie slings made of DynaGlide.  This does not meet out minimums for hammock suspensions.  It comes in bright green and orange for high visability.

*All Specs are estimates and may vary from color to color and batch to batch.

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Weight 19.6 g
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SKU WES001

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  1. Question

    Admin JosephKobert

    Is this good for tarp ridge lines does it work with Dutch hooks and does it work well with a prusic

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    • admin

      Most people use Zing it or lash it for the tarp ridgeline. Dynaglide is a little slicker and thicker. It will work for the hook and prussic but not quite as will and 1.75 zing it or lash it.

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    jifigz

    I use this as my bear-bag rope.

    I use this as my bear-bag rope. It works fantastic and is lightweight with plenty of strength.

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    Admin DennisThompson

    What are typical applications of dynaglide?

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    • admin

      It has about 900 pound breaking strength. It was developed for the arbor industry for a pull rope and it is slick and pulls through the trees well. It is a really heavy duty ridgeline. Some use it to make hammock suspensions but we do not recommend this because we like our suspensions to have a least 1000 pound breaking strength for safety.

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    Jason

    Will Dynglide work with dutch wasp and flyz?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      It can be used but its a little thicker so I would stick with the lash-it or zing-it with a width of 1.75

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    Ben Cambourne

    Says its in stock but I cannot add to cart.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      I was able to add it to my cart and I am using Safari. Did you pick a color?

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    Ben Cambourne

    @Carolyn, I was able to add it using Firefox, but not in Chrome 63 (Windows). With Chrome it said something like “This option is not available try a different option”, when I went to check the message it started to work (maybe I needed to refresh my login?

    Also I can’t reply to your reply and I’d rather not show my full name, before the web-site update you could change it.

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